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Old 27-07-18, 02:07 PM   #1
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Hi there,

My brother is in his mid 40's and was told he has the H Gene over 2 years ago. He has been on and off with his girlfriend for the last year or so but seems to have become very obseseed with her to the point where he finds it difficult to leave her alone. They go round and round in circles with the same issues repeating time after time but he still is convinced that they can get back to the good place they were at at the beginning of their relationship.
I am wondering if the huntington's could be causing this obsession. Has anyone else had or know of similar experiences.
Help will be much appreciated
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